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Country : Bangladesh
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Photos marked as were added from 11 December 2021.
|The 1885 palace at Puthia, an isolated Hindu village.
|The multi storey Tole Temple is one of the many unique Hindu temples in Puthia.
|The Islamic style six sided Radha Temple and the 8th century Shiva Temple.
|The Shiva Temple is made of red brick and shaped like a bangla, a tradtional Bengali house.
|Detail of the Shiva Temple.
|A riot of carved terracotta.
|Brickwork and terracotta around a doorway.
|The Govinda Temple is made of red brick and terracotta and has a roof based on a traditional village house.
|The front of the temple.
|Carved terracotta pillar.
|The River Ganges at the point it enters the country.
|The River Ganges with India on the far side.
|Mahasthangarh is a fertile jute growing region.
|Waterway through green countryside.
|The city wall of the ancient Buddhist capital of Pundravardham.
|Pundravardham is the oldest site in Bangladesh (7th century BCE) and was a regional capital until the 15th century.
|One of the many 3rd century BCE monasteries at Mahasthangarh.
|Ploughing the land among the ruins.
|A group of village children.
|Haystacks among the trees.
|Govinda Bhita is a 3rd century BCE temple.
|Country lane through the fields.
|Village houses set around a courtyard.
|A group of children at one of the many ruins in the regions.
|Water pump in a small settlement.
|Walking between villages.
|Vasu Vihara was a monastery that once housed 700 monks.
|Washing jute fibre.
|Jute ready for export.
|The Somapuri Vihara is a 20m high 8th century Buddhist temple.
|The Somapuri Vihara is the largest Buddhist structure on the subcontinent.
|Some of the hundreds of terracotta tiles around the base of the temple.
|The compound has an area of 300 square metres.
|Smaller red brick structures.
|Villagers walking among rice fields.
|Chittagong is the second largest city in Bangladesh.
|The port area.
|Salt from India.
|Patterghatta is the old Portuguese quarter of the city.
|Young cloth merchant.
|Shops selling metal anchors.
|Young girl in the market.
|A group of men looking at fishing nets.
|Child with shaved head.
|Radio repair shop.
|A Buddhist monk. Chittagong is close to the Burmese border.
|Child in a grocer shop.
|A group of men.
|The Shahi Friday Mosque dates from 1670.
|The unusual domes and minarets of the Chandanpura Mosque.
|Pilgrims feeding the turtles at the Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostami.
|Village in the hilly region near Chittagong.
|Family near Chittagong.
|Foy's Lake near Chittagong.
|Foy's Lake surrounded by hills.
|Hilly farmland near Foy's Lake.
|Settlement in the hills.
|The small village of Ramu.
|Ramu is close to the Burmese border.
|Ramu is a Buddhist village with two monasteries.
|Cox's Bazar is the longest shark free beach in the world.
|The Surma River at Sylhet with water gypsy boats.
|Bathing ghat on the Surma River.
|Boats on the Surma River.
|Small sail boat.
|Mats made from straw.
|Mat seller in Sylhet, a market town close to India.
|Two girls playing on jute sacks.
|Sugar cane seller.
|Fruit seller at the railway station.
|The Shrine of Shah Jallal who died in 1347.
|The tombs inside the shrine.
|The garden and pond around the shrine.
|An old British residence.
|Tea plantations outside Sylhet close to the Indian border.
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